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like spain, or for example paris, france, that they will have much of a stomach for this. it does entail handing over budgetary sovereignty in very large measure to brussels. when we are talking about paris and madrid, i dread to think about what the reaction would be from the united kingdom, a euro-sceptic country. >> schaeuble has also talked about austerity, there being no option to cut the budgets right now, leading to riots in greece, spain, and recently, portugal. does he have any alternative? >> the core message is austerity, more austerity, financial reform -- continue on that track. we have also recently had a comment -- "there will be no state bankruptcy in greece," which has been widely interpreted as an easing up on the pressure on athens. >> thanks so much from our parliamentary studios. the european union health commissioner has quit after being implemented midget -- implicated in a fraud probe surrounding a new eu tobacco regulation. a swedish company claimed that in the soviet offer to help legalized the sale of its tobacco products in exchange for cash. officials
systems did it we decided to look at the systems in paris france. it took months to identify the right officials and in this case either the head of operations or the systems schedulinger all but one which was new york agreed to an extensive interview by two of us and per the rules we were not identified. nevertheless of the interviews as described in the report were significant. all transit systems it became clear had multiple systems that were similar and had challenges and all needed to deal with complex traffic, scheduling, and terrain problems uniquely their own, and yet as we had known the san francisco controller's survey had shown all had higher reliability and rider seaferz than muni and we determined that all systems use switchbacks they only did so in cases of equipment break down or emergencies except for one. one system which happened to be the santa clara mta does use switch backs and interestingly enough their head is the former employee of muni, michael burns, who was a former employee and went to work for them. as you supervisors may remember he was the one that too
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business federation's chairman met france's foreign minister in paris on tuesday. they discussed france's cooperation to gain the e.u.'s consent to start talks to conclude an economic partnership agreement with japan. the chairman said that france is a country that built the foundation for european integration so he thinks the free trade deal will be beneficial for both sides. on the other hand, the french minister urged japan to remove non-tariff barriers in various fields such as pharmaceuticals. he added that japan must also open its market wider to get the talks underway. he cited the railroad industry as an example. >>> japanese trading house mitsubishi corporation plans to invest in a geothermal power generation project in indonesia. it will all consider launching similar projects in japan. mitsubishi will buy a 20% stake in star energy, the operator of the largest geothermal power station. the transition will cost $200 million. star energy plans to expand its facilities on java island within five years. its aim is to boost output to 420,000 kilowatts and supply electricity to ove
the economy, i suspect he will do well. host: are you still with us? caller: in 1968, he went to paris, france. i do not consider him a leader. guest: it was for a peace corps type thing the mormon church does. you could probably dig up things i have written making fun of anyone who goes to live in paris. he has done a good job of defending that and making the argument he was doing a terrible thing and fulfilling a public service requirement of the mormon church. that speaks to another thing. during the primary, i was highly skeptical he would be able to get beyond his mormonism with the christian voters. it is remarkable how he has managed to make it not be an issue. a lot of it has to do with the business of explaining not the differences between warm innocent and the other christian -- mormonism and the other christian faith, but all of the stories that have come out about his charity work and the generosity, and things like that, which would include the mission work in paris. i think it allays the fears some people have about him being part of a cultish religion when it is just part of be
. japan's business federation chairman met france's foreign minister in paris on tuesday. he asked him for france's cooperation. they need consent to start talks to conclude an economic partnership agreement with japan. he says that france is a country that built the foundation for a european integration. he thinks that the free trade deal will be beneficial for both sides. on the other hand the french minister urged japan to remove non-tariff barriers in various fields such as pharmaceuticals and added that japan must also open its market wider to get the talks under way. he cited the railroad industry as an example. >>> that is all for me for now. i will leave you with the market figures here in asia. >>> a chinese fisherman died after being hit by a rubber bullet during a crackdown by the south korean coast guard on illegal fishing. the incident took place on tuesday in south korea's exclusive economic zone. clashes between the coast guard and chinese fishermen often occur during the peak fishing season. the south korean coast guard says the chinese fisherman was a crew member on on
the mayor of paris, this occasion, we're excited that mayor delaware is here from paris, he was here six years ago and we have been meeting every air france flight since then waiting for you. so, the occasion has now come and we are looking forward to the mayor looking around san francisco and seeing the changes that have been made. i don't know whether -- is willie brown here? he was the one who started this some 16 years ago, i think he would have turned in this beret in order to change jobs with the mayor of paris, having gone there so many times, we also have with us tom horn who is our chairman of our sister city committee which has many exchanges which we're going hear about more of them today, mayor lee, you have been mayor for almost two years, and as you know, the mayor of paris has been mayor for 11 years, and look how young he is, so there's hope for you. we have just had a meeting inside and the mate -- mayor has made a promise which tom and i and matthew, we're going to make sure he keeps that promise and he says, next year, we're going to paris, so tom horn and i are going
will do well. host: are you still with us? caller: in 1968, he went to paris, france. i do not consider him a leader. guest: it was for a peace corps type thing the mormon church does. you could probably dig up things i have written making fun of anyone who goes to live in paris. he has done a good job of defending that and making the argument he was doing a terrible thing and fulfilling a public service requirement of the mormon church. that speaks to another thing. during the primary, and was highly skeptical -- i was highly skeptical he would be able to get beyond his mormon and some -- mormonism with the christian voters. it is remarkable how he has managed to make it not be an issue. a lot of it has to do with the business of explaining not the differences between warm innocent and the other christian faith, but all of the stories that have come out about his charity work and the generosity, and things like that, which would include the mission work in paris. i think it always -- allays the fears some people have about him being part of a cultish religion when it is just part of be
as paris, france. sandy is expected, as i mentioned, to make landfall in southern new jersey. either late today or sometime early tomorrow morning. more than 450,000 people up and down the east coast have already been evacuated. we have corresponds covering this story all up and down the coast. john berman is live in battery park city in lower manhattan. san ra endo is in ocean city in maryland. george howell is in kill devil hills for us in north carolina. rob marciano in asbury park, new jersey. he's also got an update on the storm. rob, let's start with you. >> good morning, soledad. the winds and the rain have picked up and certainly the outer limits of hurricane sandy beginning to reach north towards the metropolitan area and the tristate new york, new jersey and connecticut. you mentioned that the winds have strengthened with sandy now 85-mile-per-hour wind. let's go over the stats and bring you through the forecast. the wind field, still extraordinarily large, over 40-mile-per-hour winds extend 900 miles across. so we're going to see some damage from this in the way of power outage
the consulate in cancun or paris, france. difference koconsulates of responsibility. certainly the administration should be well aware. >> i think what she said last night reflects her personal opinion and her personal upset over what happened. i think as secretary of state she does feel responsible. but i think that we can't -- we shouldn't try to parse this stoo too much. if she is responsible, she works for the president and that makes the president responsible, too. i don't think she was trying to shift responsibility away from him so much as to say she takes personal responsibility for the decision that's were made. i think it was a nuance to answer. i think certainly the president is responsible, right? any time an american, it seems to me, is killed in the line of duty in an area like that, it represents an intelligence failure. the administration is willing to say, you know, willing to share with the american people what they know when they knew it. but this effort like we saw yesterday of mayor giuliani with sole dad to cover it up, to say there was a cover-up is ridic
interview that tourists from china would die -- not be welcome in an exclusive hotel in france. our reporter is in paris. what was it all about? >> he is a highly respected figure in the fashion industry. he has been the driving force behind these designs for some years. they are expanding at phenomenal rates around the country. they have a shot in hong kong. he was giving an interview to womenswear magazine and talking about a hotel that are planning to open on the left bank in paris. he was saying that they would not be inviting just anyone. would be exclusive. he said, we would not invite chinese tourists. he called the magazine back and said -- after the magazine to change it to another group. it was already viral. he has been forced to apologize again. he says he is deeply sorry that he might have hurt his friends from china. the words do not reflect his line of thoughts or his ethics. >> you have to wonder if he has many friends in china now. there is a serious side to this. luxury goods have held out and have held out thanks to china. >> absolutely. they are hugely important to be a f
independence. >>> officials at the japanese embassy in paris have lodged a protest against national tv stance france dur. the host of a variety show on the network made a joke about the effects of radiation from the fukushima nuclear plant. the japanese national soccer team beat france 1-0 on friday in a friendly match. it was japan's first-ever victory over france. goalkeeper kawashima contributed to the victory by making many saves. the host of a saturday night variety show said he played wonderful. he then showed a photo of the goalkeeper wed four arms. he described it as the fukushima effect. he was referring to the crisis at the fukushima daiichi plant in march last year. some commentator in the european media criticized the remarks. a newspaper in belgium said the joke went too war. caucasi kawashima currently plays in the belgium league. >>> u.s. shoppers in september rushing retail sales higher for the third straight month. commerce department officials said monday that retail sales reached $412.9 billion last month, up 1.1% from august and better than market forecasts of around 0.7%.
looking at a different kind of learning. conveyor belts. workers in northeastern france occupied the site of two arsenal missile steel furnaces on monday. they met in paris to decide their fate. the first had been out of operations since last year. >> they are the last blast furnaces, once the crucible of the french steel industry. now they are to be shut down definitively. the steel tycoon has decided that the floor of the plan is surfaced on requirements. demand has dropped by one quarter since the start of the economic crisis. the decision was formally announced at a meeting in paris. some union members tried to break in to the meeting but were stopped by police. they said it was a black day for french industry. >> today it is official. it will be remembered in the history books. the have just announced a definitive closure of our furnaces. lorraine steel will never be melted in the rain anymore. and you want to take responsibility. >> the news means that more than 600 jobs are to go. the company did make one concession, but there is little hope. across france, the economic outlook is
by our asian and even i would say south america and russia and middle east and france like paris, geneva, london, rome, i think the business is very buoyant. overall, omega is situated pricewise, our level, we are very, very happy. >> robert frank, i'm a proud omega wearer myself. but a quick question. they did so the surveys in china. they're saying that half of the luxury consumers in china and hong kong are planning to spend a lot less on watches over the next year. how do you read the -- not just the money that's in china right now -- and there's less of it from real estate and the smasht smashtock market -- but also the mindset? >> the mindset is something else. chinese have proven they have great resistance to difficult times. we saw that in 2008 and '09. i think i don't have those figures that you saw regarding the sales affected in china at all, by the way. i still think there is a big interest on how the chinese choose for fine product with a cultural history, with legacy, with a certain dream. talk about james bond before. it is all about dream. think that the chinese are no di
of paris, this occasion, we're excited that mayor delaware is here from paris, he was here six years ago and we have been meeting every air france flight since then waiting
captain says the event let's each country learn from the other. france. a foundry outside paris in the final stages of making 8 new bells for the famous notre dame cathedral. they will replace the old bells on the church's 850th anniversary next year. the foundry owner says he still uses molds made of clay and horse manure just like they did back in mid evil times but he designs them with computer imaging software and that's a wrap on this fox trip around the world in 80 seconds. >> shepard: a high school football player just broke a record and booted one of the longest field goals you will ever see. father than the longest field goal in the history of the national football league wait until you see this. [ voice of dennis ] ...safe driving bonus check? every six months without an accident, allstate sends a check. ok. [ voice of dennis ] silence. are you in good hands? ♪ ...reach one customer at a time? whatever your business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. mike rowe here at a ford tell me fiona, who's having a youbig tire event?lenge, you
the world. their scheduled france to new york cancelled putting connecting flights to paris and sidney unknown. >> i said you are an american everything is possible. keep quiet. >> reporter: within minutes they were rerouted through chicago. >> we were all right, with two hours delay no more. it's incredible. >> reporter: not everyone has been so lucky. thanks to hurricane sandy, flights across the country have been cancelled. 150 of them in san francisco international air force to places like boston, new york and washington, d.c. several planes are even parked here at sfo to keep them out of the path of the storm. airport officials say knowing the magnitude of sandy in advance actually helped. >> i think that gave airlines an opportunity to proactivity cancel their flights. >> they advised passengers check with their airlines before coming to the airport just in case. bill bob wish he would have. >> the other two fellows are stuck in new york. they have to be here because they only have two weeks to rehearse for a play. >> reporter: they're supposed to perform at the sierra repertory
in paris you might want to attend if you have some hefty cash. some very rare items belonging to france's decadent queen marie antoinette are going up on the auction block with some expected to fetch over $13,000. the most valuable, a pair of green silk shoes the queen would wear to lavish balls and occasions. >> those are stylish. >> those are stylish. well, for the second year in a row a japanese man has earned the title of oldest in the world. he's 115 years old and has no significant health problems. he was actually able to accept his guinness award in person making sure to smile big for the camera. there is one more title up for grabs. the man who lived the longest, that would be 115 years and 252 days, a record he could break on december 28th. look at how happy he is. >> he was born in the 1800s. >> he does say that he spends a lot of time in bed but he doesn't have any health problems. he just hangs out. >> i wonder if he has an iphone. >> an ipad. just flipping through all the games. >>> all right. it's time now for an early look at some of the stories we'll follow throughout th
, complained about all the noise and in the year 2000 an air france jet crashed after takeoff from paris and killed 113. officials grounded all the concord flights for more than a year after that crash. they reduced -- the reduced ticket sales sparked the fleet's permanent retirement. but it took one last flight across the pond nine years ago today. wasn't cavuto on one of those things. i think cavuto took one of those flights. he is fine though. now you know the news for this wednesday, october the 24th, 2012. i'm shepard smith. we'll see you back here tomorrow. the o'reilly factor is coming right up. >> hey, this is joe buck from san francisco where tonight fox sports proudly begins its coverage of the 108th world series the detroit tigers after winning the pennant last thursday finally get to sen
. everybody who came to paris had to stop by and visit the cabaret chat noir and to encounter these artists who literally and figuratively looked down on the rest of establishment france. (narrator) the chat noir was an enormous success-- and a source of inspiration for artists. a weekly newspaper edited by salis spread the cabaret's irreverent message to 20,000 readers. adolphe willette caught the spirit advocated at the chat noir in a canvas he painted and hung there in 1884. a cast of disreputable characters cascading disruptively down the hill, defiantly and exuberantly dressed for decadence. it was an anarchic wind, blowing from the butte at the straight-laced values promoted by the third republic. decadence was manufactured by the writers and artists of the time in order to fit into the mold of bohemia. but was there real decadence in the sense that we see it as a deteriorating society, and so forth? from our viewpoint today, no, it was a very creative period of time-- of manufactured decadence. (narrator) this exuberant, anarchic world was lautrec's home, workplace and subject of his
by 8,000 people, mainly in france with one of its most important factors next to paris. but a front government wants peugeot to reconsider its plan, reduce the number of job cuts, the french industry minister is going to meet the management of peugeot on the main trade unions on october 25th to discuss the restructuring plan. yesterday, angry workers expressed their anger and drove the attention from the press, the media attention. at first the governments say they would not authorize this restructuring plan, but after a commission looked at the situation, concluded that peugeot had no other option than adjusting the production facilities in europe. according to moody's, it's going to be a big challenge. that's the reason why this morning moody's downgraded its rating for peugeot to ba-2 to ba-3 and kept a negative outlook for the company. the stock is trading lower this morning, 0.7% lower. it's not a significant reaction. this downgrade is not a big surprise. somehow it could help the management of peugeot to convince that the situation is serious in europe that the company is fac
gogh, coming from the gray skies and flatlands of holland and paris, was inspired by everything provencal. he claimed, "the whole future of art is to be found here in the south of france." here in arles, nearly everywhere you turn, you see scenes that could have inspired van gogh. while here, he worked in a flurry, producing more paintings than at any other period of his too-brief career -- nearly 200 canvases in just over a year. you can still visit the places that inspired him, like this hospital courtyard. while all van gogh left in arles was a chunk of his ear -- you won't find any paintings -- his legacy continues at the foundation van gogh. it features a stimulating collection of works by contemporary artists paying homage to van gogh through their thought-provoking interpretations of vincent's work. want to feel cooler - or warmer - without running up your utility bill? you can reduce your bills with a flip of a switch on your ceiling fan. in summer, set your fan counter- clockwise. it stirs up the cool air that hangs near the floor in winter, just flip the switch again s
to people in paris because they did comment on our initial go around that everybody in the world uses switch backs and we can emphatically and categorically tell you it's not a smoothing tool for their systems in france. we talked to the people in seattle and boston and the san jose and santa clara area. am i leaving any out? >> [inaudible] >> and we also talked to bart. >> [inaudible] >> boston, seattle, yes. new york didn't speak to us. san jose, santa clara, yes. >> [inaudible] >> oakland is the ac. yes. the transit system, the alameda county system and they said emphatically we believe it's an insult to use the switchbacks other than for emergencies and break downs. >> got it. in each of the jurisdictions none of them use switchbacks for traffic smoothing. >> correct. except the one in san jose santa clara who got one of our ex-operation managers, a mr. burns. >> got it. all right. thank you very much. >> thanks jack. we have another jack, jack toumy and another grand jury member and summarizing the findings. he will go over our recommendations and again with the responses of
of jewish associations. the group is believed to be attacked to the attack in a paris suburb. there have been anti-semitic attacks in france, leaving the killing of a rabbi, children, and others. france is concerned about the growing number of run against jewish targets. some of the suspects were radicalized radicalizing recent trips to egypt and tunisia, but that also plan to go on and fight with the hottest and militants in syria, and apparently had deadly plants closer to home. jenna: we will continue to watch that. thank you. jon: stunning developments on the deadly aftermath of the terror attack on benghazi. it is now contradicting the administration's initial response to the murders of our four americans in libya. ambassador john bolton will be along to weigh in weigh in with his thoughts from you. you won't want to miss that jon: breaking news on a story we have been following. a 10-year-old girl who has been missing. rick has the latest from the breaking newsroom. reporter: in westminster, colorado, they are working with law enforcement encoding, wyoming, trying to find 10-year-o
. authorities say this rainy season has killed more than 400 people. france. scientists, historians and software engineers teamed up to create this 3 dimensional animation of paris. the company behind the project invited folks to see the finished product in front of paris' town hall. the creators say they aim to give folk as virtual tour through the city's 5,000 year history. china. surfers from the united states, australia and brazil rushed to a river in the east titled born known as the silver dragon. it forms in the once a year. thousands of spectators used motor boats to chase down the swell and that's a wrap on this fox trip around the world in 80 seconds. >> shepard: i'm shepard smith. it's the bottom of the hour. time for fox top story. suicide bomb attack in afghanistan has left three u.s. troops dead. their translator and nearly a dozen others hurt. that pushes the total number of americans killed on the ground in our nation's longest war past the mark of 2,000. that works out to an average of roughly one service member killed every other day for the past 11 years. the taliban claiming
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